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Valentine: Tear and common sex injuries to be wary of

Let’s admit it, a good number of people will be having a roll in the sheets today being Valentine’s Day. But these tips below are for everyone to beware off – single or married, as long as you have hurried sex.

In the excitement of love making, however, there are some sex injuries you should know about so that you can avoid them! Here are five of the most common sex injuries people have.

Fractured penis.
You have probably come across an article or two about fractured penis and while it might sound like an unbelievable read, it happens. Forget your knowledge that the penis contains no bones, hence it can’t be fractured. But you have to understand it can be bent really bad until the two tubes of blood that fill it during an erection rupture, causing swelling, bruising and severe pain. If you have a penis, you can already imagine all the pain this can cause. So the advice here is to aim carefully with your partner.

Vaginal tears.
Ladies do have vaginal tears to worry about too! This mostly happens as a consequence of engaging in sex while the vagina is dry. To avoid this, ensure you are ready before engaging in intercourse, and one of the best ways to prepare your body is to engage in foreplay. It doesn’t hurt to have some lubricant handy.

Rug burns.
During mind-blowing sex, you may end up on the rug but keep [banging away] without a care about your hurting knees and bum-bum and all. Anyway as with any burn, wash the affected area with cool water and antibacterial soap. Then rub some oil or balm on it.

Head trauma.
This can happen anywhere. Hitting one’s head on the tiles after slipping in the shower or on the headboard of the bed does happen sometimes. So be careful.

Body pain.
If you get carried away during sex while performing some Mr Fantastic moves, then you need to be reminded that you don’t have the superpowers of flexibility like this Marvel character. Thankfully, most back, waist and thigh injuries gotten during sex can be treated with ice packs, constant massaging or painkillers.

CAVEAT: Don’t do pre-marital sex because when things go wrong, the consequences are dire. Stay safe!

These tips were put together by Akinwale Akinyoade of the Guardian newspaper – with minimal comments by me.

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